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While we were on Boho Island we wanted to go visit the Chocolate Hills as we have seen pictures from others who had been there. The view were incredible and the geography is nothing like I have seen anywhere else in the world.
The textbooks made us drool to these chocolate hills. Real life, it’s even more. These hills that are scattered around the landscape is an eyeporn. Second time here. If you have time, never miss this out in your bucket list.
Me and my sister went to an adventure in Bohol. We went to see the Tarsier, Chocolate Hills, Butterfly sanctuary, Loboc river cruise which is a floating restaurant and much more. It was a full day of sites and activities. It was well worth it!...More
The best way to enjoy this is to arrive by motorbike, pay your small fee (something like 60 pesos per person), drive up the hill and take in the views at your leisure. We actually went down and back up, so if you honk you...More
I have not seen anything the same as this anywhere else. It is one of the most worthwhile places to visit in the Philippines. Certainly if you are visiting the Visayas region, you should not miss this. The hills are purported to look like chocolate...More
The Chocolate Hills are definitely one of the draw cards for travellers visiting Bohol. While an incredibly unique site, the drive is quite long given the time spent at the Chocolate Hills themselves.
We enjoyed our time there but would definitely recommend to include the...More
This was on my travel wish list: it took years but I finally managed to see it.
Entrance costs P50 per person. There is a ramp part way up. Stairs were being painted while I was climbing.
The so-called 'Chocolate Hills' are geological formations that...More
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My recommendation is to travel to Tagbilaran with Philippine Airlines - the best and most punctual airline - and then ask either at Alona Beach, Panglao Island or elsewhere for a driver and car for the day, typically costing... More
My recommendation is to travel to Tagbilaran with Philippine Airlines - the best and most punctual airline - and then ask either at Alona Beach, Panglao Island or elsewhere for a driver and car for the day, typically costing P2000 - P2500 (plus entrance fees and lunch that you have to separately buy).
Hi. You have to leave the stroller in your car or van when you get to the site. There are resting pits along the climb... about 7-8 steps interval. The view from these resting pits are already awesome but of course the view... More
Hi. You have to leave the stroller in your car or van when you get to the site. There are resting pits along the climb... about 7-8 steps interval. The view from these resting pits are already awesome but of course the view from the top is much better coz it’s a 360 view of the surroundings. If you can manage your kid, a family photo with the hills as background would be awesome.... good memories too.